Curb damaged by city truck 26 years ago to be repaired by 2037
On January 26, 1993, Calvin Hawley discovered that the curb outside his home had been wrecked by a snow removal machine.
WEXIT: Poll shows separatist sentiment booming in western provinces
The poll surveyed 1,516 voting-age Canadians online between Oct. 24 and Nov. 1, 2019.
WATCH: Brazen liquor store thefts show disturbing breakdown in rule of law
Government-run Liquor Mart thefts in Manitoba are just as bad as at the LCBO in Ontario, if not worse.
Massive house explosion in Manitoba leaves one dead and another critically injured
Late Tuesday evening, a massive house explosion in Brandon, Manitoba left one 63-year-old woman dead and a 63-year-old man critically injured. Police say that he needed to be airlifted to a Winnipeg hospital.
Toronto helps Manitoba as snowstorm causes emergency
As Manitoba braces for a state of emergency following a disastrous snowstorm, Toronto has lent its helping hand.
WATCH: Teen with terminal cancer urges Canadians to vote
In a video posted to social media, Yetman urges Canadians to vote for the election in the video saying “If I can find the time, you can find the time.”
Canadian football team offering scholarship to indigenous student-athletes
To this day, relatively little is known about “Indian” Jack Jacobs – a first-class inductee into the CFL Hall of Fame.
High risk sex offender released in Fox Lake, Manitoba
RCMP have also tried to dissuade the public from enacting vigilante justice, saying the purpose of this news release is merely to make them aware and allow them the opportunity to take precautionary measures.
Manitoba re-elects a Conservative majority government
In another landslide victory for provincial conservative parties, the province of Manitoba has re-elected the Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba to lead them.